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Projects & Activities

Seaford Wetlands Cleanup

Once a month, usually on the last Sunday morning, our volunteers participate in the Adopt a Spot Scheme to clean up the Seaford Wetlands on the corner of Seaford and Commercial Roads. It takes only 1 – 2 hours and visitors are always welcome. Anyone planning to participate for the first time should view this safety video. Check out our Club Events page to confirm when the next cleanup is planned.

Bat Box Project

We build micro bat roosting boxes which are installed in and around vineyards to attract native micro bats, which are about the size of a mouse with wings. These micro bats can each eat over 1000 insects a night, reducing the need for chemical insecticides in vineyards. This project is in partnership with Eco Vineyards.

Ugandan Medical Clinic

We are partnering with Rotary clubs in Uganda to build a medical clinic in a remote regional village near Mbale. The project budget is around US$60,000 and is being funded jointly through local fundraising and grants from The Rotary Foundation.

Supporting Breakfastbellies

Breakfastbellies Inc. is a local charitable organisation run by Paul and Chantel Walters providing emergency food for school breakfast programs and families struggling to put food on the table. We regularly take Paul on shopping trips to help restock their pantry.

Bali Water Tank Project

We have partnered with the Rotary Club of Ubud Sunset in Indonesia to provide rainwater tanks for communities in remote mountainous regions of Bali where there is plenty of rainfall, but no water catchment infrastructure. So far we have provided over 70 rainwater tanks so families have access to potable water.

Seaford Rotary Seaside Walk

This event is held in October each year to raise funds for suicide prevention initiatives and mental wellbeing. The walk commences at Port Noarlunga South, overlooking the Onkaparinga River Mouth and follows The Esplanade to Moana, where we provide a sausage sizzle, drinks, family entertainment and a space for stallholders in the mental wellbeing space.

The Giving Garden

We established this community garden on Evans Street, Aldinga Beach in partnership with the Aldinga Beach B-7 school and the City of Onkaparinga. Once an under utilised reserve, the Giving Garden is now a bright and colourful space where local residents can relax and grow their favourite fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers.

Youth Development Programs

Rotary International has a comprehensive portfolio of youth programs designed to build resilience and leadership qualities. Our club regularly sponsors candidates to participate in these life changing opportunities.